MFW8 x SESIFF 14: Let’s Draw Cinema
Mengundang anak-anak di Denpasar untuk ikut lomba gambar anak-anak yang dilakukan serentak di Bali dan Seoul, program kolaborasi antara film festival Minikino Film Week (MFW) dan Seoul Yeongdeungpo Extreme Short Image Film Festival (SESIFF). Anak-anak serta wali akan bersama-sama menonton program film pendek (tiga film pendek Indonesia dan tiga film pendek dari Korea Selatan).
Peserta lomba akan mengambil inspirasi dari film-film yang mereka tonton dalam program tersebut dalam sebuah karya gambar. Lomba ini diadakan dengan harapan untuk mengembangkan kreativitas dan cara berpikir kritis dengan menginterpretasikan bahasa audio visual ke karya gambar yang ekspresif.
Seluruh peserta akan mendapatkan snack, minuman, dan juga sertifikat peserta. Satu (1) Pemenang di Bali akan mendapatkan hadiah sejumlah Rp 500.000 dan sertifikat pemenang yang ditentukan oleh juri dari SESIFF Korea Selatan. Tiga (3) Pemenang di Bali akan mendapatkan hadiah merchandise tas punggung Minikino.
Acara serentak dilakukan di Bali dan Seoul
Lokasi di Bali:
Irama Indah Music School, Jl. Diponegoro No.114, Dauh Puri, Kecamatan Denpasar Barat, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80232
Tanggal: Sabtu, 27 Agustus 2022
Waktu: 13:00 – 17:30 WITA (termasuk pemutaran film dan penjurian)
- Terbuka untuk anak-anak berumur 10-12 tahun
- Membayar biaya pendaftaran (Rp 50.000) ke YAYASAN KINO MEDIA, Bank BNI acc no.0976768824
- Peserta terbatas sampai 35 orang. Pendaftaran ditutup bila kuota terpenuhi.
- Membawa alat gambar sendiri (crayon, cat air, pensil warna, dll).
CARA DAFTAR Mengirimkan: – Bukti transfer – Nama lengkap anak – Nama orang tua/ wali – Tanggal lahir anak
Ke WhatsApp Minikino Hotline: wa.me/6287853686813
DAFTAR FILM YANG AKAN DIPUTAR (3 DARI INDONESIA 3 DARI SEOUL):
ANGPAO// Stefanus Cancan / Indonesia / 2020 / Fiction / 16:16 // Michael is competing with his brother to get the most Angpao on Chinese New Year.
FRIEND COMING DAY (친구 오는 날) // HER Seungmo / Korea / 2019 / Fiction / 14:58 // One summer day, today is the day of the first grader Jung-Min invites friend to his home for the first time. Jung-Min goes to school pleasantly and heads back to his home with his friend after school.
A LITTLE STAR (작은 별) // KIM Yubin / Korea / 2020 / Fiction / 14:50 // Eun-byeol wants to go to piano academy just like her friends, but she faces real difficulties. Eun-byeol, who felt left out in the small world, looks at her mother who is experiencing the same feelings together.
CIPAK CIPUK (SPLISH SPLASH) // Andra Fembriarto / Indonesia / 2021 / Animation / 09:12 // Two bickering siblings unite to fight pirates who want to steal their precious Sun Pearl necklace.
BORIYA (보리야) // Min Sungah / Korea / 2019 / Animation / 17:13 // Bori, a 7-year-old girl, is bored at the daily routine in countryside. Everyone is busy except her because it’s busy farming season. She is looking for someone to play with, but life is not what she thought it would be.
LIFE OF DEATH // Jason Kiantoro, Bryan Arfiandy / Indonesia / 2018 / Animation / 05:23 // Death, talks about his existence, his job and opinions on human beings in an interview from the documentary ‘Life of Death’.
BEGADANG FILMMAKING COMPETITION Begadang Filmmaking Competition adalah kompetisi produksi film pendek Nasional atau untuk pemegang paspor Indonesia di mana saja berada! Menantang kelompok produksi film pendek Indonesia yang sedang berada di mana saja, untuk menggarap sebuah proyek film pendek fiksi dengan ruang kreativitas seluas-luasnya. Namun dalam waktu terbatas hanya 34 jam.
Kompetisi ini adalah ajang uji soliditas tim kerja yang tahan banting dan siap bersaing! Sebuah pengalaman dunia nyata, bagaimana para profesional di industri film dan televisi bekerja! Mau coba?
BATAS WAKTU PRODUKSI SEBAGAI SYARAT Kompetisi Begadang Filmmaking adalah kompetisi yang unik. Pada waktu yang ditentukan, para peserta akan mendapatkan daftar elemen audio visual yang wajib jadi bagian dalam film. Peserta dituntut memproduksi film berdurasi maksimal 5 menit menggunakan elemen-elemen tersebut. Dan seluruh proses produksi dijalankan dan harus sudah diserahkan waktu 34 jam.
Selama 34 jam para, peserta melakukan seluruh proses produksi; mulai dari membangun cerita, merancang adegan, shooting dan merekam suara, kemudian proses editing dan finalisasi. Dan mengejar kualitas hasil semaksimal mungkin.
PENDAFTARAN DAN PERSYARATAN SELENGKAPNYA DI https//minikino.org/begadang2022
Minikino Hybrid Internship for Film Festival Writers 2 is a 6-month program starting in April 2022. The hybrid internship allows students aged 19-25 years old with a specific interest in film critique and film festival writing the opportunity to work on their perspective, deepen creative ambitions, and network with Indonesian and international filmmakers as well as professionals from the short film industry.
DATES: 1 April to 28 September 2022
IN-PERSON STAY IN BALI: 27 August to 12 September 2022 in Denpasar, Bali during Minikino Film Week, Bali International Short Film Festival 8th edition.
PROVISIONS for the selected participants:
- Basic transport & accommodation in Denpasar related to MFW8 (MASH Denpasar bunk bed, shared room).
- Simple cooking facilities are available.
- Per-diem for 16 days during MFW8.
- All other incidentals and personal expenses should be covered by the participants.
- Selected Participants are requested to get their own travel insurance.
- Selected Participants must be 19-25 years old, in good health, and have sufficient proficiency in English or Bahasa Indonesia language.
|ANDIKA WAHYU ADI PUTRA
Andika is a film student at Jogja Film Academy. Excited about new media art and social issues, he is currently active as a film director at Loste Studio and as an art researcher for the Jogja Biennale.
Bintang has always enjoyed watching and analyzing movies. Now studying cinema studies at the Jakarta Institute of Arts, he is attempting to find a balance between being behind the camera and being behind the keyboard.
Currently a film student at Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Shara’s interests range from relationship dynamics and gender equality to pop culture. On an endless journey of self-discovery, she cherishes life in 24 frames per second on the route.
|VIRA FEYSA RAZAN
Vira is an Indonesian Language and Literature Education student at UIN Jakarta that is exploring her passion for writing. She aspires to contribute to Indonesian literature.
Minikino Film Week 8 is honored to have the guest speakers for this program:
Kelly Lui is an arts worker with an interest in prioritizing care practices, interrogating sustainability within creative careers, and supporting socially-engaged multimedia projects. Besides her roles as the Shorts Programmer at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival and the Distribution Coordinator at Ouat Media, she’s a founding collective member of TACLA and loves noodles.
Sámi people, Norway
Liisa Holmberg works as the Film Commissioner, at the International Sámi Film Institute (ISFI), in Norway. She is a Sámi filmmaker who originally comes from the Finnish side of Saamiland. Since 1994, she has worked in the film business as a producer, production manager, and film consultant. The main part of her work as a Film Commissioner is to support Sámi and other Indigenous filmmakers in Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Sápmi, and Russia through Arctic Indigenous Film Fund (AIFF).
During the years 2008-to 2017, Holmberg worked as the Rector of the Sámi Education Institute in Inari, Finland. The purpose of the Sámi Education Institute is to develop Sámi languages, cultures, and livelihoods. From 2016-to 2021, Holmberg was nominated as the Chair of the Assembly of the University of the Arctic (UArctic), a network of 203 Universities. She is also the Chair of the Board at the Sámi Museum Siida, Inari Finland.
Jackson Kiyoshi Segars is a Japanese-American filmmaker and ecosocialist activist living in New York. As a co-founder at Video Horse Films, he has produced, directed, and edited work that has been exhibited at prestigious venues such as SXSW, Locarno International Film Festival, Palm Springs Shortsfest, and Vimeo Staff Picks, and more. His film Kimchi won the Minikino Film Week Best Short Film of the Year award in 2018. He continues to make films in New York and advocate for a more equitable and just world.
Writer & Filmmaker
CLARISSA JACOBSON is the writer, producer, and creator of the multi-award-winning comedy/horror short – Lunch Ladies – based on her feature. The film has been in more than one hundred festivals including France’s Clermont-Ferrand, South Korea’s Bucheon Fantastic, Amsterdam’s Imagine Fest, and Palm Springs International. Not only has Lunch Ladies won forty-five competition awards, it secured top sales rep Ouat Media, and garnered international distribution from Canal+, Amazon’s Prime Video, Kanopy, ALTER, Argo, Dark Matter TV, Troma Now!, Barcelona TV3, and more. Clarissa also developed an extensive social media platform for the film, designed a website, (lunchladiesmovie.com), and wrote more than two hundred blogs.
|MARCUS Mạnh Cường Vũ
Programmer & Filmmaker
Marcus Manh Cuong Vu is a filmmaker and programmer. Previously, he was the festival director of Yxine Film Fest (2010-2014).
Writer, Anthropologist, and Filmmaker. He is one of the founders of MondiBlanc Film Workshop, a scholarship-based film workshop. He has also been a film crew in the United States and an International Video Journalist at a US news agency.
In 2020, Nosa was actively involved as a host at various events at Minikino Film Week 6, including the production of the Kopi Selem podcast at the festival. Now he focuses on teaching and developing the video and undercurrent film industry in Jakarta. This year Nosa joins the programmer Indonesia Raja 2021, for the Jakarta area.
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Head of Documentary Dream Center
Fujioka Asako has worked with Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival since 1993 as Coordinator, Director of the Tokyo Office, and now serves on the Board of Directors. As head of Documentary Dream Center, she began organizing film workshops in various Asian destinations since 2009 and launched the retreat program Yamagata Documentary Dojo in 2018. She supports Japanese film liaisons internationally and aims to foster documentaries, their makers, and audiences through international exchange. She is a producer of Nude at Heart (2021, dir: Okutani Yoichiro).